Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance
Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra
Humanitarian Leadership, Deliberative democracy, Social movements, Public policy
"Humanitarian Leadership in the Deliberative System: The Case of the Syrian Refugee Crisis"
Dr Nicole Curato (primary supervisor) and Dr Brendan McCaffrie (secondary supervisor)
Mohammad joined the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Governance as a PhD Student, his research focusses on Humanitarian Leadership and Deliberative democracy. His career so far covered private sector and embassies’s cultural missions , in accounting, auditing, and advisory roles. Before moving to Australia, Mohammad completed his Bachelor of Business in Accounting from Auckland University of Technology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Postgraduate Certificate in Business from Massey University in New Zealand. He then completed his Master of Management from University of Canberra.
- Master of Management, University of Canberra, Australia (2015).
- Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Postgraduate Certificate in Business from Massey University (2010, 2011, respectively)
- Bachelor of Business in Accounting, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (2009).